Meet The Team

Julie Bossé

Owner and lead Physiotherapist

Courtney Obedi

Office Manager

Nadine Laurin


Catherine Lamarche

Medical Receptionist

Hannah Lohnes


Medical Receptionist






NewU Physio is a physiotherapy, TCM acupuncture and rehabilitation clinic owned and operated by Julie Bossé located in Orléans. Our mission is to exceed the client experience in an ethical, professional and compassionate manner.  Our goal is to help clients improve their health, to achieve and maintain the highest standard of living available to them. Our promise is to:

  • Offer an environment of support in regard to your health concerns.

  • Provide high quality care in a one on one setting in private treatment rooms.

  • Be a clinic of choice for physicians, specialists and health professionals to refer their patients.

  • Be a clinic of choice for our patients to refer their family and friends.

  • Provide assessment and treatment according to patient's needs.

  • Provide the proper referral to other health professionals when required.

  • Provide physiotherapy services and education to the Orléans area and surrounding suburbs.

  • Promote and encourage the pursuit of knowledge and enhanced clinical skills through learning.

  • Promote teamwork amongst physiotherapists and within the multidisciplinary setting.

The clinic is located in a multidisciplinary setting sharing the clinical space with Echo Audiology and Key to Speech. 

For Echo Audiology:                     For Key to Speech :

Julie Bossé – Owner/Lead Physiotherapist

Born and raised in Orléans, Julie was a competitive ringette player throughout her youth, attending Nationals 6 times, and enjoyed various sports: tennis, volleyball, soccer, hockey, etc. She now enjoys running half marathons and varies her physical activity (yoga, Pilates, weight training, HIIT) to keep things interesting.

Julie Bossé graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Ottawa in 2006 with a Bachelor of sciences in physiotherapy. She was the recipient of the prestigious Rector's scholarship throughout her studies. She also won the Sheila Muir Webb Memorial Book Prize for the highest performance in clinical affiliations of the 4th year program and the Ottawa University Silver Medal for the second-highest standing in the Physiotherapy program. She worked as a physiotherapist in the Orléans area for about four years (sports and orthopaedics) before shifting her focus to two other areas of expertise: the head, neck and jaw and vestibular rehabilitation.  At that time, she moved to the Head, Neck and Jaw Physiotherapy clinic to further her skills and knowledge in that area for the past 9 years. Being native from Orléans, Julie decided to open her own physiotherapy clinic in 2019 in a multidisciplinary setting with the goal of providing quality care to the Orléans area population and its suburbs.

Clinically speaking, Julie has always been a very driven and compassionate physiotherapist. She has completed extensive training over the years in various domains: Vestibular Rehabilitation, TMJ Disorders, Concussions, Dentistry, Cranial Osteopathy, Cranial Nerves Neurodynamics, Butler Neurodynamics, Myofascial Release, CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Prevention of Running Injuries, etc. She also completed her Certificate (level 1) in acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation Institute of Canada. In 2017, she completed her Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy: Level 3 Upper Quadrant and will be looking to pursue her training in this field in the coming years. Recently, Julie was an assistant teacher in 2 laboratory sessions, and she hopes to continue accumulating more teaching experience over the next few years.

Simply put, Julie has a hands-on approach and tailors each treatment to her individual patient's needs. She strives to empower each patient to help them reach their goals.

Julie offers bilingual services (Français, English)

Proud member of:

College of Physiotherapists of Ontario

Canadian Physiotherapy Association

Ontario Physiotherapy Association

Acupuncture Canada


Nadine Laurin – Physiotherapist

Nadine has always been a sports enthusiast. As a matter of fact, she was a member of the Canadian national high jump athletics team during her youth. She was also passionate about volleyball and still plays to this day whether indoor or outdoor while regularly training to stay fit.


Nadine obtained her Bachelors of science in physiotherapy with the Magna Cum Laude mention at the University of Ottawa in 1999. Since then, she has practiced in various sports and orthopaedics clinical settings including victims of motor vehicle accidents and work-related injuries. In the past 5 years, she has also focused on deepening her understanding of the head, neck and jaw and vestibular rehabilitation. Nadine is excited to now be a part of NewU Physio’s unique mentoring program to further her clinical knowledge and skills with a focus on cranio-cervical and temporomandibular joint rehabilitation as well as vestibular rehabilitation.


As a therapist, Nadine combines excellent manual skills with extensive clinical experience. Her kindness and drive to help others makes Nadine a sought-after physiotherapist that is much appreciated by her patients. Over the years, Nadine has taken several continued education courses with instructors from around the world. To only name a few, she has trained in manual therapy (E3, V3), myofascial release, Sahrmann, Lynn Watson shoulder rehabilitation, and sport rehabilitation including: Athletic Movement Retraining and Conditioning and Personal Training Specialist Certification. Furthermore, she has taken courses in craniosacral therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and temporomandibular joint rehabilitation.


In summary, Nadine is a physiotherapist with a predominantly hands-on approach. She strives to provide quality individualized care to maximize the health and function of her patients.


Nadine offers bilingual services (Français, English).


Proud member of:

College of Physiotherapists of Ontario

Canadian Physiotherapy Association

Ontario Physiotherapy Association


Hannah Lohnes – Acupuncturist

Hannah grew up in a small town in Nova Scotia. This is where her love for the outside and adventure started. She spent her younger years camping with family, enjoying the beaches, and playing team sports throughout her school years. In 2009, she moved to Ottawa to begin her next adventure.


After graduating from the University of Ottawa with an Honors Bachelor in Health Sciences, she went on to study Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture at the International Academy of Health Education. Upon graduating, Hannah was the recipient of the award for Excellence in Clinical Practice.


In her clinical practice, Hannah has treated a wide variety of conditions and concerns. One of her greatest joys is helping people improve their overall health and well-being by treating the root of their problems. She helps people of all ages in reducing pain, minimizing their illness, and maximizing their health. Some areas of special interest include pain management, hormone imbalances and women’s health, and stress and anxiety.


Outside of practicing acupuncture in a clinical setting, Hannah enjoys teaching at the International Academy of Health Education. She has taught several acupuncture and health care practitioner courses and spent time supervising student clinics.


Hannah truly believes in holistic healing and treating each individual in a unique way. The ultimate goal is not just to make sure people feel better now, but to make sure they continue to feel well and healthy for years to come. 


Hannah offers services in English.


Proud member of:

College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario

Traditional Chinese Medicine Ontario Association  


Courtney Obedi - Office Manager

Born and raised in Orléans, family has always been of great importance to Courtney. Indeed, her and her family were very close and shared many wonderful childhood memories together. She now has the privilege of raising a family of her own in her hometown. Courtney and her husband have three children and enjoy spending time outside whether it is going for bike rides, walks or playing at the park. They love cottage vacations and travelling to Antigua. Life can be very busy with three kids in extra curricular activities, but she would not have it any other way! In her spare time, Courtney enjoys finding new recipes to cook and reading novels, especially psychological thrillers.

After Courtney graduated from Carleton University with a B.A. in Psychology, she continued her education and attended Algonquin College, where she graduated on the Dean’s Honor Roll from the Intensive Early Childhood Education Program. Courtney has worked in childcare for 15 years with children ranging from 15 months to 12 years of age. Teaching requires a lot of planning, organization, communication, respect, understanding, patience, compassion, flexibility and a willingness to be a part of a team. These are all skills and qualities that have helped shape Courtney into the person she is today.

During her years of service as an early childhood educator, Courtney was a Team Leader. In her leadership role, she was known for her willingness to support her team, her easy-going personality and her ability to wear a smile through any situation. Throughout her professional career, Courtney discovered her love for helping others and made it one of her goals to make a difference in someone’s life. She cherishes the people she got to know, the relationships she made with others in the community and has always valued the rapport she developed with the families that entered her workplace. Courtney believes that these experiences have prepared her to be a great leader in customer service. She is dedicated to continue connecting with existing clients and excited to create new relationships with patients joining the NewU Physio family. Courtney looks forward to serving NewU Physio’s clientele to the best of her abilities.

Courtney offers bilingual services (Français, English)


Catherine Lamarche - Medical Receptionist

Born and raised in Navan, Catherine always puts her family first. She has been a competitive hockey goaltender for 7 years, right here in Gloucester-Cumberland. Catherine always pushes herself to be better in her sport through running, kickboxing, weight training, and more. When she isn’t at the rink, she loves to ski and boat with her family and friends. 


Catherine is currently a grade 11 student at l'École secondaire catholique Béatrice-Desloges. She is often asked what she wants to become in the future. She knows she is very interested in Health Sciences and her dream would be to work with athletes or army veterans as a physiotherapist. 


Catherine believes in patient-centered services. She loves to help others by making sure patients have appointments that suit them. She has learned the importance of communication throughout other employments, but mostly while being a medical receptionist. Catherine is always happy to meet new people and to learn more about them. She looks forward to helping NewU Physio’s clientele to the best of her ability. 


Catherine offers bilingual services (Français, English).


Medical Receptionist

Offers bilingual services (Français, English)